mechanical press


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mechanical press

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ′pres]
(mechanical engineering)
A press whose slide is operated by mechanical means.
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As it complements TMP's existing mechanical press line and well out house press parts production, the localization of the side member panels made the New Vios 58 percent locally made-higher than the CARS program requirement of 50 percent.
The new line has an annual production capacity of 66,000 units and complements TMP's existing mechanical press line and out-house press parts production.
In order to prove the simplicity of our method and to compare it with the EventB design pattern, we used the case of Abrial's mechanical press controller system in chapter 3 of literature [3].
After cooling, the almonds were subjected to a mechanical press for cold extraction of the oil (Komet S87G press, Germany).
This indicates that the fibers suffered from the mechanical treatments along with the monolith preparation process, for example, concerning the grinding of the dried mixture and the pressurization step in the mechanical press. Another observation from Figures 2(c)-2(f) is that the fibers are well embedded into the carbonized binder, so that both carbon phases form the integrated structure of the monoliths.
The "servo" in servo tandem press line refers to servo motors and drives that provide 100% programmable control and movement of each press ram at any position in the press stroke, compared to a mechanical press operating at a fixed speed.
One of the most commonly used machines in forging companies is a crank mechanical press for die forging.
In 2011, Stadco purchased an 18-acre site in Telford housing two high-speed large mechanical press lines and 33,000 square metres of covered factory space.
He was diagnosed with acute CRAO and it should be related with mechanical press or raised intraocular pressure (IOP) associated with SO.
Alleged serious and willful violations involved a lack of guarding on mechanical power presses and power press brakes to prevent employees from exposure to amputations or crushing; failing to conduct safety inspections on the machines; and not incorporating the correct type of drive motor starter in mechanical press controls.
An engineering boss deliberately trapped a worker's hand in a mechanical press because he was late for work.

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